I visit 1 -2 times per month. I can't stay away from the twice cooked tofu! Addictive. The staff is friendly and parking is tight, but if you are in the area; treat yourself.
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I am THE loyal customer. I have followed the owner since she owned Little Sichuan in San Mateo. Then she moved to Millbrae and opened up Classic Sichuan. Then she moved again and now is at Fey in West Menlo Park. The lady knows how to run a business and she maintains high quality Sichuan spicy food. In the times... More
It was a good sign that I was the only non Chinese patron at the family style restaurant. The menu was extensive, the food good and the service pretty decent. It's not fancy and it should be noted that the decor does not add to the experience.
I like getting take-out from this spot near Palo Alto. It seems quite authentic to me in the atmosphere and many of the dishes. Last time I got some pot stickers that I did not like at all. Not crispy and the sauce was insipid. I got Szechuan Shrimp, which was just okay but not great. I think there are... More
Go for the food, not the ambiance. This joint needs a makeover. The chairs were old and worn. The lighting looked as if it had been bought, at a discount, from a bankrupt disco. There were fake, somewhat dusty plants everywhere and the list goes on. The only reason I ventured inside was the multitude of Yelp review stickers on... More
I had a hunkering for some Hot an Sour soup and visited Fey for lunch as their soup of the day was what I was craving for. The lunch includes soup and a entree with rice or fried rice or noodles. My friend ordered the Kung Pao Chicken with Noodles and I the Hunan Chicken with steamed rice . The... More
We ate at Fey's while staying at the Residence Inn right around the corner. We got chicken sichuan and fried rice, which was delicious, and the meal came with a free pot of hot tea and a free dish of fried Chinese noodles. There was a LOT of food. My husband and I shared the chicken and rice, and we... More
We ordered a Tofu Fish and pointed at the picture on the menu and he brought a fish without Tofu and never apologized. we ordered two ice water, he brought one glass ice water and another waiter brought a dirty glass on the table and left. When we were nobody came to table and we had to ask for boxes.
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